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Radenso SP Radar Detector

High performance radar detector, includes 1-year warranty, lifetime FREE updates, 1-year free ticket guarantee

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Product Code: RADENSO-SP


Radenso SP Radar Detector Review

Overview of the Radenso SP Radar Detector

  • The Radenso XP has an LNA equipped antenna board for highest possible sensitivity on all bands
  • RJ11 power connection
  • Bright orange/red OLED display
  • Selectable radar bands (X, K, Ka band)
  • 360 degree Laser detection
  • The Radenso SP features full Ka band segmentation (10 segments)
  • K narrow band (+/- 70 Mhz) reduces falsing without putting you at risk to real police radar.
  • Selectable Ka POP radar band (ON/OFF)
  • Low power / low frequency K band detection
  • BSM / CAS filter to eliminate K-band falsing from newer cars
  • Separate TSR filter to eliminate falsing from Traffic sensors
  • 3-digit frequency display to accurately report detected radar frequencies
  • Multiple Threat display
  • MUTE Mode – keeps X and K band alerts permanently muted
  • Adjustable MUTE volume
  • Highway, City and AutoCity Mode
  • AutoCity Mode with selectable speed increments and filter levels for each band
  • Free firmware / database updates for life
  • Voice alerts with 260 different messages
  • Alert frequency voice announcement
  • Test Mode (full sensitivity, no filtering, no signal lag)
  • 6 driving mode selections (speed and compass, speed and time, speed and voltage, Voltage, Time, Speed)
  • VG2 undetectable / 99% invisible for Spectre IV and Spectre Elite
  • Optional Direct Wire power cord available
  • Optional Visor mount available
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty
  • Long Range Detection
The Radenso SP is Radenso's GPS-less version of the more expensive Radebso XP. The Radenso SP is one of the few radar detectors that incorporate an LNA (low noise amplifier) which can improve detection sensitivity dramatically over other radar detectors. Having close to 8-times the capture distance of a police radar gun, the Radenso XP provides performance in the range of Escort's mid-level radar detectors.

The result is that the Radenso SP, is a radar detector that will provide you with ample warning of instant on K and Ka band radar miles away.


One of the main benefits of the Radenso SP radar detector is that it provides very good filtering to K-band automotive collision avoidance and lane departure systems so common today.

Easy Advanced Programming

Programming your Radenso for the conditions you drive is easy. Just press the menu button and you can select from various different options that include the sensitivity, the filtering, the brightness of the display and more.

Bright LED Display

The Radenso's bright easy to read orange/red LED display enables you to select from Speed/Time, Speed/Voltage, Battery Voltage and Time, Speed.

Clear Digital Voice Alerts

The SP has clear audible alerts, which will provide you with the information you need without having to take your eyes off the road.

Motorcycle Use

The SP does offer a direct wire cord as an optional accessory, however there is no earphone jack and there are no optional external warning devices offered by the manufacture or third party vendors which would make it suitable for motorcycle use.

Warranty and Support

Your SP comes with a 1-year manufactures warranty and a 30-day no risk money back guarantee.

Included Accessories

Your SP comes shipped to your door with everything you need including windshield mount, 12-volt accessory power cable, USB data cable, carrying case, and an instruction manual.
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Direct Wire Power Cord Radenso XP/SP

Direct Wire Power Cord for Radenso XP/SP

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radesno sp June 25, 2017
Reviewer: christopher govatsos from Norwell, MA United States  
so far I like the product, the mute only mutes for a few seconds and then it talking again and you have to press the mute button again. not a major problem but its curious just the same, why did they do that?

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